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Old 09-02-2015, 03:09 AM
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Hi guys. Another quick question. Is there a chance for a "no further stay" in a visit visa be lifted? My friend's girlfriend is here and my friend wanted her to stay for good. I am not sure yet if they are getting married since they haven't announced anything, i just assumed they will. ☺️
Almost impossible. There has to be a change in circumstances since they came that is beyond their control.


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What are such changes of circumstances for instance mish?


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They have to be compassionate or compelling. Saying you want to stay cause you want to get married is not enough. She would have to apply offshore for a partner visa. Compassionate would be you were in a car accident and in hospital and unable to fly home.


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Am heading to 11months. Nothing is hapend. I just went to immi this morning, just submit more supporting documents. Hopefully will get email from them soon. )
10.5 months for us... looks like we applied around the same time. Where did you apply from?

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10.5 months for us... looks like we applied around the same time. Where did you apply from?
Yeah. My one applied on 7t Oct 2014. Apply by paper in Perth. I hear nothing. Hopefully nothing is good haha. One beautiful day Bang got visa. That is nice story hahaa. How about your? Anything since then


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Yeah. My one applied on 7t Oct 2014. Apply by paper in Perth. I hear nothing. Hopefully nothing is good haha. One beautiful day Bang got visa. That is nice story hahaa. How about your? Anything since then
I applied online in Perth too, haven't heard anything so far. Based on some of the other users on this forum, it seems that some get approved around the 11 - 12 month mark so hopefully soon!

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They have to be compassionate or compelling. Saying you want to stay cause you want to get married is not enough. She would have to apply offshore for a partner visa. Compassionate would be you were in a car accident and in hospital and unable to fly home.
Ohh alright. Thanks Mish.


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I applied online in Perth too, haven't heard anything so far. Based on some of the other users on this forum, it seems that some get approved around the 11 - 12 month mark so hopefully soon!
My is almost hit 11 months now. So nervous and excited) got a visa feeling) , we keep in touch. See paper or online go first)


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Hi guys. Just wondering if we have people waiting over 13-14 months for 820 on this thread? Who is longest? I guess me. Applied in July 2014 heard nothing since then.


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I applied on 1st Oct 2014 so just passed 11 months. Applied online, onshore from Perth. My wife called immi last week with a query and they told her 12-15 months and averaging 14 months at the moment so looks like my wait will be for a while longer. I'm from a low risk country and we've been married for 14 years so I assumed it would be straight forward but no such luck.


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